Samsung Galaxy A60 and Galaxy A70 pass through TENAA with triple rear cameras
Samsung plans to dominate the budget and mid-range market with a whole host of phone releases this year. In addition to the Samsung Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30, Samsung has also released the Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50, then followed by the Galaxy A20 and then by the Galaxy A40. We are also tracking leaks for the Galaxy A90 with its notch-less and hole-less display. Now, the Galaxy A60 and Galaxy A70 have just passed through TENAA, giving us a good look at what to expect from both of them.
Samsung Galaxy A60
The Samsung Galaxy A60 will come with a 6.3″ Infinity-O display, similar to what we have seen on the Samsung Galaxy A8+/Galaxy A9 Pro. The phone will also have a visually-similar triple rear camera and a rear fingerprint scanner. The phone will be 155.2 x 73.9 x 7.9 mm in size, and come with a 3,410 mAh battery. The phone is also expected to have the same “Glasstic” design that we see on other recent Samsung devices.
Samsung Galaxy A70
The Samsung Galaxy A70 will have a 6.7″ Infinity-U display, as well as an in-display fingerprint sensor as there is no fingerprint sensor visible in the TENAA images. The device will measure 164.2 x 76.7 x 7.9 mm, and will come with a triple rear camera setup and a 4,400 mAh battery.
Samsung has an event scheduled for April 10, 2019. The teaser for the event showcases three devices, which are now widely expected to be the aforementioned Galaxy A60, A70 and A90. That would leave out the Galaxy A80, for which credible information is not yet available.
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With these string of releases, we hope Samsung also looks at solutions to help customers choose the best Galaxy device for them. The different phones, with different specifications, different price points and different regions of sale have made it difficult for even us to keep track. So we can just about imagine how overwhelmed the average consumer would feel in this barrage of smartphone releases.